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series 3 sunroof sliding block dimensions

 
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Greetings from cold Russia. Im new here. Im in process of restoration of 3 series 86 vanden plas. This Car was my dream, and finally i buy this "project" But it has one small problem it has huge amount of missing parts.
At first i want to fix a sunroof to be able park it outside of garage. I find out that at least 5 parts of the sunroof mechanism was lost. Since i live in Russia i have lot off headache with purchasing on ebay etc.
So i decide to make some parts with 3d printer, and now i need to know dimensions of part BAC2519 its sliding roof Slipper pad. Can anyone kindly provide me such information? p.s. sorry for my poor english, i skipped my English classes at school .
 
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if you need parts, contact David at Everyday XJ

He might be able to ship to Russia, unless it is illegal.

I do not know what a Slipper Pad is, Is this part located on the REAR of the sunroof panel? Do you have the entire drawing of where the part is located?
 
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I do not know what a Slipper Pad is, Is this part located on the REAR of the sunroof panel? Do you have the entire drawing of where the part is located?
yes thank you its in rear end


 
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yes, that requires the panel to be removed from the car in order to measure that part.

I would contact David, he might have a sunroof panel already removed from the car.
 
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yes, that requires the panel to be removed from the car in order to measure that part.

I would contact David, he might have a sunroof panel already removed from the car.
it will be nice! i did not find him on forums. Can you give a link on his profile? and i did not find such detail on his website.

i want to made a copy of this detail and share a file for 3d printer here. i think it will be useful in future.
 
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thanx i will write him right now
 
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yesterday my friend make some prototypes of this part, will try to instal it on this monday .
 
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I removed my sunroof panel to fix the seal and here are some measurements of the blocks:



 
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I removed my sunroof panel to fix the seal and here are some measurements of the blocks:


huge thanks for this! yesterday tried on first prototype and it fits well. now, with this measurements i think i close to original one.
 

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this two items have different sizes made from abs plastic
 
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they look too thin.
 
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they look too thin.
yes i know) we used only one photo to make them.
if its possible can you make a photo of 2 items since you remove a panel.

i'm also looking for BAC 3225 and BRC1637
but if you already instal it back please do not bother ///



 
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unfortunately I already reinstalled the panel.

 
 
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